[Mailman-Users] Question re. moving a mailing list
mark at msapiro.net
Fri Sep 14 13:19:00 EDT 2018
On 09/14/2018 09:43 AM, Richard Johnson wrote:
> My issue is that the mail sent out says:
> From: testlist at peacock.place
> To: testlist at mischievous.us
> Cc: <original sender email>
> such that when I do a Reply-all, I get a message addressed as:
> To: testlist at peacock.place
> Cc: testlist at mischievous.us
Right. Your original message was To: testlist at mischievous.us so when you
reply-all, your MUA includes that address in the recipients of the reply.
> I notice that I don't seem to receive any duplicate messages. Perhaps Mailman is taking care of that for me, which is great!
Mailman is not doing that. Possibly something is dropping one of the
messages because of the duplicate Message-ID
> I had expected that my configuration in /usr/local/mailman/Mailman/mm_cfg.py of:
> MTA = 'Postfix'
> OWNERS_CAN_ENABLE_PERSONALIZATION = Yes
> RCPT_BASE64_HEADER_NAME = 'X-My-Recip'
> DEFAULT_EMAIL_HOST = 'peacock.place'
> DEFAULT_URL_HOST = 'peacock.place'
> add_virtualhost('mischievous.us', 'peacock.place')
> add_virtualhost('peacock.place', 'peacock.place')
> add_virtualhost('www.peacock.place', 'peacock.place')
> would have maybe told it that "mischievous.us" is another way of sending to this same mailing list and thus it wouldn't include the CC, but maybe I'm missing something?
What tells Mailman that "mischievous.us" is another way of sending to
this same mailing list is putting testlist at mischievous.us in Privacy
options... -> Recipient filters -> acceptable_aliases of the
testlist at peacock.place list.
Your add_virtualhost('mischievous.us', 'peacock.place') and
add_virtualhost('www.peacock.place', 'peacock.place') have nothing to do
However, as far as I can see, it is not Mailman putting
testlist at mischievous.us in the Cc: of your reply-all. It is your MUA.
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